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UNIVERSITY OF 

MARYLAND 

EASTERN SHORE 

PRINCESS ANNE 

MARYLAND 



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FOREWORD 



Upon Looking through the spectroscope of Enlightenment, it is 
a unanimous and substantial prediction to forecast that the 
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore will produce a new era of 
advancement in every facet of educational opportunities, and 
continue to be a model of achievement to be held in high esteem 
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ERSITY OF MARYLAND^ — t -s. 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 

DEDICATION '^•^ 

SENIOR SECTION ^-26 

SENIOR DIRECTORY 27-31 

HOMECOMING 32-42 

MEMORIAM *3 

JUNIOR SECTION '^4-^4 

DEDICATION ^^-^^ 

SOPHOMORE SECTION 57-67 

YEARBOOK STAFF ^^-^^ 

FRESHMAN SECTION '^O-^'^ 

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 88-107 

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 108-189 

SPORTS SECTION 110-132 

FACULTY AND STAFF 133-157 

LIFE AT MARYLAND 158-159 

EDITOR'S PAGE 1^^ 





THIS SECTION OF THE BOOK 
IS DEDICATED TO 

MRS. MORRIS B. SMITH 
(The former Jessie Cottman 



Director of Library Services 





AT LAST 




TODAY IS OURS 



Today is ours — lei's live il 
Our failh is strong — lei's give it 
A song may help— let's sing it 
The past is Hone — don't fight it 
Our work is now — let's do il 
A war is on — let's fight it 



Where the world is wrong— let's 
The road is rough — let's el ear it 
The future is vast— don't fear it 
Is faith asleep— let's wake it 
Today is Ours— let's take It. 



:S- :■:;::. ARIES- :',:':"'■: 

You are an humanitarian, constantly helping 
your fellow man. You live by the motto, "Do 
as I say, not as I do." Being eccentric and un- 
predictable, you love to shock people and 
prefer to live and let live. A born "joiner", 
you are quite fond of the public and populari- 
ty. You are very idealistic, though your acts 
seem to contradict your intentions; you lay 
out plans so big that you are unable to carry 
them out. 






LEROY HAYES (Purple Hayes) 
Physical Education 

Varsity Track; Football; Intramural 
football, track and basketball; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Block M Club; Physical 
Education Club 



HATTIE M. JONES 

Business Education 

Phi Beta Lambda Business Club; Miss 

Phi Beta Lambda 1970-71; Women's 

Council; Senior Editor of the Yearbook 

Staff; Miss University of Maryland, 

Eastern Shore 1972-73 




TYRONE JOHNSON 
Physical Education 
Alpha Phi Omega Se 
Basketball Team 



WILLIAM MURPHY 
General Agriculture 







DELORES M. TAYLOR (Dee) 
Business Education 

Treasurer of Alpha Kappa Mu; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Who's Who Among Students In American Univer- 
sities and Colleges; Phi Beta Lambda; Secretary of 
Ihe Senior Class; Women's Council 



AARON J. WALKER 

Art Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Alpha Rho Tau Art 

Club 




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Omega Psi Phi Fralernily, Football 



TAURUS 



You are steady and innerly vulnerable. 
You want to be sure of peopie and 
things about you. Yoii show; a need for 
affection, but can be buHy and greedy. 
You are coaxed, but, never driven; once 
your mind is made up, you carry out 
your plans regardless of consequence. 
You don't get angry quickly, but when 
you do, you become exceedingly furious 
and therefore should- never be teased. 



WAYNE WHYE 
Physical Education 
Omega Psi Phi Prate 
Physical Education Club 




DEBRA ELIZABETH BARBER 

(Cookie) 
Home Economics 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Home 
Economics Club, Student Life, 
Cheerleader 



WALTER BROCK (Will) 

Business Administration 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Alpha 

Kappa Mu Honor Society, Who's Who 

Among Students, Men's Senate, YMCA 






ANDREW HAY 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternity, Alpha 
Rho Tau Art Club, 
Marching Band, 
Stage Band, Year- 
book Staff, Men's 
Senate 



MARY ANN HOLLAND (Shorty) 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society (V. Prcs.). 
Women's Council, Cheerleader, rnternational 
Club, Purple Pearl, Quette, Yearbook Staff 




CHERYLE JOYNES TAYLOR 
Zcia Phi Beta Sororitv, Phi Belli Lamb- 
da. Business Club : 




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GEMINI 



You have a dual personality like the 
Twins. You are versatile — maintain two 
jobs,' two loves, etc. You are always busy, 
but your weakness is lack of follow- 
through. At times you may be too critical 
but on the other hand you are able to make 
instant friends. This makes you the 
friendliest sOul in the Zodiac. You are the 
most intellectual. You make money but do 



WILLIAM S. DUBSKY ("Bill") 

Malhemalics— Business 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 



WALTER JAMES 
Busin 



EVELYN JONES ("Bee") 



Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Ir 

Wesley Foundation 




ERNESTINE HAWKINS ("Tine") 
Elementary Education — Sociology 
Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Socie- 
ty, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 
Modern Dance Croup, Elementary 
Education Club, Editor-in-Chief of 
Yearhook Staff, Student Government 
~'ho's Who Among 



i. Marching Band — Ma- 
jorette, Miss Yearbook — 1971-72, 
Y.W.C.A., Women's Council 



"Think, Learn, 

Educate, Escalate 

and Rise above the 

Muck and Mire of 

just being / 

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BEVERLY MILES 

Art Education 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Art Club 





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MARY LEATHERBURY 
Mathematics 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority Inc., Phi Kappa Phi Honor 
Society, Student Government Association — 
PrcMdent, Beta Kappa Chi, Chess Club, Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges 
.and Universities, Who's Who Among Student 
Leaders, Miss Wesley Foundation 



THEODORIA SAVAGE 

Business Education 

Phi Beta Lambda Busine 



GREGG H. SUTTON 

English 

English Club - Vice-President, 

dation, and Arnold Air Societv 




JANIS DAVIS 
Business Education 
Business Club, Secretary 
Council, Miss Phi Beta L; 



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You are very possessive, 
emotional, and exlreinely self- 
centered — all people and 
situations must relate to you. You 
/ant to live harmoniously share 
feelings of others; you were never 
meant to live alone. Wealth comes 
quickly to you, yet goes very unex- 
pectedly. You like to be looked up 
to. You are sensitive and therefore 
cry easily, but you have a lunatic 
laugh. 




DOTTIE MARIE DE SHIELDS 
(Shortie) 

YWCA, Wesley Foundation, 
Women's Council, Home 
Economics Clul), Clefters, Stu- 
dent Library Association, IZ 
Club of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 
International Club 



LILLIE GIDDENS 

Social Science 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Soci 






GLORIA SAMPSON (Chicken) 
Physical Education 
Captain of Cheering Squad, Miss 
Hawk, 1971-72, Treasurer of Stu- 
dent Government, 1972-73, Delta 



CAROL ANN SMITH 

Biology 

Chorus, Clefters (President), 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 

(President), Biology Club, Junior 

Class secretary 



MARLENE DAVIS 
Elements 



LEO 

Voii are a born ham. You enjoy the 
limelight. You look like a person in 
authority and enjoy it. You are lively and 
fearless and do things on impulse which 
you later regret. You are one of the hardest 
workers of the zodiac and give of your 
whole self but on your own terms. You 
possess a great personality and are filled 
with a sense of pride, dignity, and generosi- 
ty. You yield to flattery. 



JOYCE CARTER 
English Major 
English Club, Alpha 
Alpha Sorority, Pr. 
Alpha Kappa Mu ? 
Honor Socir"- "»— '- 
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DARLENE CORNISH (Little 



Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 



pa Mu Honor Society, Phi B 



Squad, Who's Who A 
Students in American ColU 
Universities 



ROBERT BROWN 

Physical Education 

Basketball Team, Phvsiral Education Club 



ROBERT ELLIS 

General Agriculture 

Future Farmers of America Club 



ERIC HERMAN (Cowboy) 

General Agriculture 

Tau Alpha I psilon. Future Fa 




BRENDA C. HUGHEY 
Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma 
Sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Y'MCA, 
lent Association, 

— ;s Movement, Majorette in UMES 

ching band 




FREDERICK D. KING 

strial Arts 

Industrial Arts Club, Wesley Foundation, YMCA, 
Freshman Class President, Mens Senate, Vets Club, 
Student Government Association 







LARRY D. PENN (Cap'n Penn) 

Industrial Arts 

Industrial Arts Club, Alpha Phi Omega Servic 

Fraternity, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc 

Baseball Team, Men's Senate 




The gem cannot be polished with- 
out friction, nor-man perfected 
without trials . . . 
Confucius 



RODNEY MASSEY 

Physical Education 

Basketball Team, Basebair Team, Ph; 

Education Club 



WILLIAM R. MC CROREY (Bill) 
Industrial Arts 

Alpha Kappa Mu, Industrial Arts Chib, 
Academic Affairs Comm. for the Industrial 
and Mechanic Arts Department. 



BRENDA MILBOURNE 

Social Science 

Zela Phi Beta Sorority 



LAURA PURNELL 

Social Science 



DAVID L. PITTS (Skeeler) 
Business Administration 

Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, In- 
tramural Softball, Football, and Basketball, SGA, 
Men's Senate, Student Life Committee 




ANGELA PURNELL 

Business Education 

Miss Senior 1972-73, Phi Beta Lambda Business Club 



SANDRA ROBERTS 




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GERALOINE E. WATERS (Gcrri) 




DOREEN SELBY 

Business Education 

Phi Beta Lambda, College Choi 



President of Moi 
Kappa Mu Honor 
Sorority, Who's 
American College 



■ Economics Club, Alpha 
)ciety. Alpha Kappa Alpha 
vho among students in 



ALLEN SHOWELL 

Sociology Major 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Arnold Air Society 

A.F.R.O.T.C. 





EDSEL SWANN 

Physical Education 

Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, Phi Beta Sigi 

Fraternity, Physical Education Club, Veterans Club 



GARY WATERS 

Biology 

Omega Psi Phi Frate 




VIRGO 




You are the natural helper of the zodiac. You 
love to do for others as much as telling them 
what to do. You know all the answers and 
sometimes give too much advice. You are ex- 
tremely neat and your whole life is based on 
order and harmony. You seldom regard anyone 
as your superior and result in formulating your 
own rules. You need to serve humanity shows 
you should always live among people. 



ABDID ABDUSAMAND 

Mathematics 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Wh( 

students in American Colleges and Ui 





RUSSELL BAILEY 

Social Science 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Ir 

Student GovH Association 



JOAN BAILEY 

Social Science 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 



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BARBARA J. BRODIE 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Ele 

tary Education Club, President of YWCA, Won 

Council 



CARL BRYANT 

Social Science 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Mu H 

Society, President of Mens Senate, Who's who ai ^ 

Students in Colleges and Universities, Who's who 
among student leaders 





NAOMI CHAMBERS 
/Sociology 
UMES Choir, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc 
Women's Council, Maryland Creators, Inc., (Moder 
Dance Group), Wesley Foundation 



LARRY GREGORY 

Mathematics 

Alpha Phi Omega Se 





SYLVIA T. MARKHAM 

English Education 

Delta Sigma Theta, Alpha Kappa F 

Among Students in Colleges and Un 







GWENDOLYN BEATRICE PARKER 
Mathematics Education 

Women's Council, Senior Class Treasurer, Ivy Leaf 
Club of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Alpha Kappa 
Mu Honor Sorority 



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WANDA TAYLOR 
Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 



JAMES LACKIE 

Art Education 

Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society 




LIBRA 



DEBORAH A. CHURCH 

Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Yearbo 

Slaff, YWCA, Wesley Foundati 

(treasurer) 



You are always balancing and cbmpaTing like 
the scales, trying to see both sides of 
everything. You rule with a iron fist, want to 
lead, and strive to maintain peace at any 
price. Although this quest for harhiony leaves 
you somewhat disillusioned with real life. 
You are very nervous and impatient with 
delays, especially when those under you dp 
not work up to their utmost abilities. You 
like the things money can buy and work to get 
them. 




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s^nd Gray, Maryland, Maryland, Thee 
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MAXINE CLARK 

Social Science 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 
Inc., Miss Sophomore Secretary 
of Junior Class 




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EDWARD JORDAN (Sarge) 

Industrial Arts 

Veterans Club, UMES Senate, 

Football Team, Industrial Arts 

Club 










LIBRA MEN adores a woman 
wilh an even lemper, one who 
langhs in the lace of adversity. 
They are apprecialive of lalenl, 
art, lileralii re, music. They de- 
mand icfinemenl, he is a man to 
whom eullure is important. 
Libra men are a good caleh but 
it lakes quite a run before the 
chase is over. The Libra iVian is 
an individual, if nothing else! 



HENRY LEWIS, JR. 

Music Education 

UMES Marching Band, Stage Ba 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. 




FULTON V. SLEMENS, JR. 
Sucioloev 



WELDON E. MILBOURNE 
Agriculture Education 
Sphinx Club, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society, Mens Senate, Phi Kappa Phi 
National Honor Society, Who's who in 
America Colleges and Universities 




WILLIAM R. ROBERTS 
Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 
Baseball Team, Block M Club 








SCORPIO 

You are very dominant and aggressive. You are quite 
self-sufficient — everything you do and think comes 
out of yourself. You are cunning and hard to unders- 
tand, even by closest friends. You feel a great more 
than you show. Your ideas are not easily changed. 
You are self-sufficient, a good fighter, a hard worker, 
and naturally authoritative. Under no circumstances 
do you like to be questioned for your acts. 



WILLIAM CORNISH 



Tau Alpha Ups 





DONALD E. CARNEGIE (Joe Kool) 
Sociology 

Intramural Football, Basketball (Captain, 1973), and 
sident of Alpha Phi Omega 



fThe Scorpio man is forcefulX 
direct, independent, often 
aggressive. He is likely to be a 
man of action. This man can be 
very jealous, often he appears a 
little too careful in money 
matters. A Scorpio man does not 
forget a wrong. He makes a for-y 

Wiidable foe. / 



WAYNE CROPPER 

Physical Education 
Baseball Team, Footba 
Education Club 







ALFRED LAW 

Industrial Arts 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Mu 

Honor Society, Industrial Arts Club. 



MAURICE NORFLEET 

Music Education 

UMES Concert Band, UMES Jazz Ensemble, Chorus 4 

yrs., President of Marching Band 




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CILARLOTTE POTTER 

Sociology 

Omicron Club of Gamma Sigma Sign 




RICHARD ROMAN 
Physital Ediicalion 



MAGGIE VEREEN 
Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda Business Club 




VAUGHN ARZAH JOHNSON 

Sociology 

Wesley EoNiidation, President, Or 

Interdenominational Services 



CONNIE WOLEREY 
BioloKV 



Alpha, Biology Club 




SAGITTARIUS 

You are forever searching for ihe pol of gold al ihe end of 
the rainbow. You say what you think and pflen make 
enemies by it. You don't like to be tied down, for your great 
power of concentration enables you to do one thing at a 
time and do it well. You work vyith tireless energy and can- 
not bear to leave a task unfinished. You are a born ad- 
ministrator and prompter. You dare many obstacles, upset- 
ting people and in the end wondering why they turn on 



PIIVI.I.IS LENORA BRADFORD 
Elementary Education 
Band, four vcars 




JOANiN BROCKETT 
Elementarv Edncalioi 



JACKIE AM.EN 
I'hvsieal Eduratio 



SHARON DOCKINS (Sharnic) 
Gamma Sigma Sigma Service 
Sorority Inc., Women's Council, 
iWiss Green Queen of TAH 



GILES EMMAINIIEI, MERCER 

(Buffalo) 

(reneral Agriculture 



KATIll.EEiN HARRIS 
Business F:ducalion 
Gamma Sigma Sigma i 
Inc.. I'hi Beta Lambda, 







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GAIL HEMPHILL 
Sociology 



CHARLES SMITH, JR. 

Social Science 

Sprinlcr, Concerl and Marching Band, Arnold 

Air Society, Men's Senate, Alpha Phi Alpha 

Fraternity, R.O.T.C, Special Affairs Com- 



ALMUFUA OSA OBASOGIE 

Social Science 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 






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GEORGE ANDERSON JACKSON, HI 
.Physical Education 

Football team. Alpha Phi Omega Fraler 
Physical Education Club, Block M Club 



ANTHONY JOHNSON 



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THOMAS H. SAMUELS 
Physical Education 
Basketball Te 



"They are never alone that are ac- 
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CAPRIGGRN 

You are a born boss, authoritative, yet at times officious. Your 
vers of concentration enable you to gel the most out of 
everything and you never fail to see the money making side of 
any scheme or purpose. You can be very affectionate at times, 
but also a strict disciplinarian. Lack of self-confidence is your 
weakness so you should always demand and receive encourage- 



JAMES BOAZ 

Miisir Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi, Marching Band, Stage Band 




YVONNE COUSIN 



HORACE J. KENNEDY 
Agriculture Education 
Memher of A.T.A. - 



TERRY FARRINGTON 
Elementary Education 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Pr 
Elementary Education Club 



Our days, our deeds, all 
we achieve or are, lay 
folded in our infancy . . 
. . John Townse.nd 
Trowbridge 





LARRY L. HARRIS 
Business Administration 

I & II, Treasurer Sopho 
, , r Dorm Counselor 



JOYCE JONES 
Business Admini 
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Physical Education 
Tan Alpha Upsilon 



THOMAS R. NOCK 

Art Education 

Art Club, Omeea Psi Phi Fi 






AQUARIUS 



You are a humanitarian, constantly helping your fellow men, 
You live by the motto, "Do as I say, not as I do." Being eccenlric 
and unpredictable, you love to shock people aiid prefer to live 
and let live. A born "joiner", you are quite fond of the public 
and popularity. You are very idealistic, though your acts seem to 
contradict your intentions. You lay out plans so big that you are 
unable to carry them out. 



EVKLYN V. BRACY 



Thcla Sorority, StiiHenl Adv 
dIoev Chib, Thespian club 




LKLAND C. JEFFERSON 

Sociology 

Men's senate. Alpha Phi On 

SliiHcnt Governmenl Assoeial 



CARL L. FIELDS 
Business EHuratioM 
Phi Beta Lambda Bii 
Club 



ARTHUR JElNKIiNS 

Music Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi, Marching Band, Stage Band 



>Al\ FORSYTH E 
■ siness Education 






WALTER MATTHEWS 
Social Science 


|)ha Kappa Mu Naliona 


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ARINETTA MH.BOURiNE 
Elementary Education 

Elemc^itary Education Club, Women's Coun- 
lent Association 



KETRINIA RKID 

Business Education 
Phi Beta Lambda, Women 
Gov't Association, Miss Fi 
Phi Omega, 1972-73 




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CAKOUMi B. ALEXANDER 

English 

Wesley Foundalion, Miss Wesley Foiin 

Halion, YWCA, Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Women's Counoil, English Chih, Alphi 



PISCES 

You are excessively emotional and proceed in two 
directions. You are drawn to dancing, drinking, and 
drugs, but also suffer from the after effects of these ex- 
cesses. You are so intuitive, you seem to absorb things 
through your skin. You are ever curious and so often 
called a "walking encyclopedia." Hard to understand, 
you may tell everything you know or shut up like a 
clam. 



SISAN BERTIN 
English 




EUGENE Q. BORDEN 
Industrial Arts 
Veterans Club 



RAY DAVIS 
Industrial Arts 

Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Socie- 
ty, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor 
^ho's who among students in 
nerican Universities and Colleges 



SHIRLEY PERRY 
Art Education 
Art Club 




RONALD D. HANDY 

Sociologv 



EUGENE TAYLOR HI 

Alpha Phi Omega, Student Government 




DORIS V. WARD 

Math Major 

Kappa's Kitten, Miss Junior, Treasurer 

of Women's Council, Secretary of Alpha 

Kappa Mu Honor Society, Phi Kappa 

Phi, Who's who among students in 

American Universities and Colleges 







SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Abdulahi, Abdiisamad K. 

Box 2144 

Addis Ababa. Ethiopia 



Bracy. E\elyn V. 
714 Olivia Street 
Salisburv. MD. 



(^aiidill, James K. 
1114 Woodlawn Road 
Salisbiir\. MD. 



Alexander. Caroline B. 
339 Friendship Rd. 
Elkton. MD. 



Bradford. Phyllis L. 
F Box 44 
Lexington Park. MD. 



Cawthornc. Carl C. 
29 Lincoln Heights 
Annapolis. MD. 



Allen, Jackie M. 
407 Tingle Street 
Snow Hill. MD. 



Brock, ^ alter W. 

Chester, 

Maryland 



Chambers. iNaomi R. 
712 Reservoir Street 
Baltimore, MD. 



Bailev, Joan 
R D 1 
INewark, MD. 



Brockett. Jo Ann W. 
P () Box 324 
Princess Anne. MD. 



(Chatham, Charles G. 
200 Chestnnt ^ ay 
Salisburv. MD. 



Bailey. Russell C. 
Box 301 Bowling Hill 
Princess Anne. MD. 



Brodie. Barbara J. 
137 17th Avenue 
Newark, NJ. 



Church. Deborah A. 
RED 2 Box 39 
Eden. MD. 



Barber, Debra E. 
7911 Glenarden Pkwy. 
Glenarden. MD. 



Brown, Howard E. 
RT 5 Box 257 
Salisbury, MD. 



Clark, Maxine 
P O Box 
Gretna, \ irginia 



Bertin, Susan T. 
39BBB Lavale Terrace 
Salisburv, MD. 



Brown. Robert 
420 Morris Street 
Laurinburg, N.C. 



Cornish. Darlene A. 
Box 22 
Eden, MD. 



Best Jr., Alfred G. 
55B Rehoboth Avenue 
Rehoboth Beach, Del. 



Bryant, Carl 

721 Melvin Avenue 

Annapolis, MD. 



Custis, Annie L. 
RT 1 Box 101 
Stockton, MD. 



Boaz Jr., James E. 
5310 Central Avenue 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Burrell, Dean J. 
P O Box 90 
Chance, MD. 



Daugherly, Rodger C. 
113 Linden Avenue 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Boddy Jr., William E. 
C/0 Somerset Grill 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Carnegie, Donald 
1718 Thomas Avenue 
Baltimore, MD. 



Dav is, Janis 
P O Box 
Fruitland, MD. 



Borden, Eugene Q. 
P O Box 166 
Marion, MD. 



Carter, Joyce 
Princess Anne, 
Maryland 



Davis, Malvene L. 
RT 2 Box 27 
Princess Anne, MD. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Davis, Ray J. 
105-A Richland Dr. 
Charleston, SC. 



Farrare, Reginald T. 
RFD 1 Box 283-A 
Vienna, MD. 



Harmon, Gerald M. 
RT 1 Box 39 
Eden, MD. 



Deshields, Dottie M. 
RT 3 Box 364 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Fields, Carl L. 
17 Kiowa Avenue 
Salisburv, MD. 



Harris, Kathleen L. 
R F D 1 Box 130 
Ridgely, MD. 



Dockins, Sharon O. 

RT 1 Box 2H 

E New Market. MD. 



Forsythe, Joan H. 
P OBox 55 
Wallops Island, VA. 



Hawkins. Ernestine 
1047— 26th Street 
Newport News, VA. 



Dolby, Jack H. 

Pocomoke, 

Maryland 



Garrett, Dwight W. 
Univ. of MD. E. S. 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Hay, Andrew E. 
5505 Center Avenue 
Lanham, MD. 



Dorsey HI. Webster L. 
Rt 5 Box 60 
Easton, MD. 



Giddens, Lillie A. 
535 Beckford Avenue 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Hayes, Leroy 

1250 Washington Avenue 

Asbury Park, N.J. 



Dubsky, William S. 
113 Walnut Street 
Salisburv, MD. 



Grant, Evelyn M. 
P O Box 84 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Gail Hemphill L. 
1503 Kenhill Ave. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Dunt, Rex H. 
Box 80 
Pittsville, MD. 

Dupree, Ernest M. 
P O Box 387 
Cambridge, MD. 



Gregory, Larry 

1645 Thomas Avenue 

Baltimore, MD. 



Hall, Kim E. 
RT 2 Box 69 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Henderson, Lvnn M. 
P O Box 638 
Fruitland, MD. 



Herman, Eric V. 
Box 33-A Rt. 1 
Mardela. MD. 



Edwards, Deborah A. 
2410 Arunah Avenue 
Baltimore, MD. 



Hall, Kirkland J. 
RT 2 Box 68C 
Princess Anne. MD. 



Holland, Mary Ann 
Box 23 Jones Road 
Dunkirk, MD. 



Ellis, Robert A. 
RT 2 Box 351 
Salisbury, Md. 



Hall, Margaret T. 
RT 2 Box 69 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Hughey, Brenda C. 
907-H Booth St. 
Salisbury, MD. 



Evans, Sylvia A. 
University of MD., E.S. 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Handy, Ronald D. 
RT 1 Box 94 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Hyncs, Michael J. 
607 Camden Ave. 
Salisburv, MD. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Jackson, George A. 
402 W. Garfield Ave. 
Wildwood, N.J. 



King, Frederick, D. 
RFD 2 Box 65D 
Eden, MD. 



McClain. Cleaster S. 
916 McKean Ave. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Jacobs, Joseph H. 
RFD 2 Box 142 
Centrevilie, MD. 



Lackie, James C. 
539 Lincoln Ave. 
Salisburv. MD. 



McCrorey, William R. 
Harrington St. Extd. 
Salisbury, MD. 



Jefferson, Leiand C. 
2911 Elgin Ave. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Laird. Cherrill B. 
Mariners Rd. 
Crisfield, MD. 



McElroy, Lucy W. 
4050 Dogwood Lane 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Jenkins, Jr. Arthur B. 
209 N. Monastery Ave. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Lamkin, Martin. J. 
9-E Queentree CT 
Baltimore, MD. 



Mercer, Giles E. 
Bellvue Ferrv Rd. 
Roval Oak, MD. 



Johnson, Arlene F. 
31 Carver St. Apt. A-2 
Annapolis, MD. 



Law, Alfred A. 
Rt. 1, Box 325 

Axton, VA. 



Milhourne, Arnetta 
Rt. 1, Box, 198-A 
Marion. MD. 



Johnson, Vaughn A. 
P O Box 150 
Marion, MD. 



Leatherbury, Mary E. 
Univ. of MD— E S 
Princes.s Anne, MD. 



Milhourne, Weldon E. 
P O Box 161 
Westover, MD. 



Jones, Alice M. 
700 Morris St. 
Salisburv, MD. 



Lewis, Jr. Henry B. 
200 \^ . All Saints St. 
Frederick, MD. 



Miles, Bererley 
Rt 2, Box 48 
Princess Anne. MD. 



Jones, Hattie M. 
Rt. 1, Box 199-B 
Marion, MD. 



Markham, Sylvia A. 
3108 Amador Dr. 
Landover, MD. 



Moore, Edward O. 
Kelly Rd. 
Powellville, MD. 



Jones, Joyce 
Jersey City, 
New Jersey 



Marshall, Karen E. 
Dize Street 
Ewell, MD. 



Morris. David L. 
708 E. William St. 
Salisburv, MD. 



Jordan, Edward L 
5904 H St. 
Fairmnt Hgts, MD. 



Mason, Virgie A. 
2712 Ruscomb Lane 
Baltimore, MD. 



Mumford, David J. 
258 Golf Course Rd. 
Ocean Citv, MD. 



Kennedy, Horace J. 
Box 43 RFD 1 
Trappe, MD. 



Matthews, Walter L. 
P O Box 55 
Mappsville, VA. 



Murphy, William H. 

Bivalve, 

MD. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Noble, Theodore 
3715 Fagan St. 
Challanooi'a. Tenn. 



Potter, Charlotte V. 
Rt. 1. Box 4A 



Scott. Richard F. 
Pine Street 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Nock, Thomas R. 
1446 N. Corlies St. 
Philadelphia, PA. 



Purnell, Angela M. 
Rt. 3 Box 48 
Berlin, MD. 



Shelton, Alfreida B. 
514 Marlen Drive 
Baltimore, MD. 



Norfleet. Maurice 
Turner Station, 
Baltimore, MD. 



Purnell, Laura A. 
Rt. 1, Box 39 
Eden, MD. 



Showell. Allen W. 
Rt. 1. Box 108 
Bishopville, MD. 



Obasogie. Aimufna O. 
P O Box 365 
Princess Anne, MD. 



Rcid. Ketrina O. 
3604 Cedardale Rd. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Slemons, Jr. Fulton V. 
105 Delaware Ave. 
Salisbury, MD. 



Osman, Barlanti S. 
3055 16 Str. NW #205 
Washington, D.C. 



Roberts, William R. 
Rt. 1, Box 172 
Worton, MD. 



Smith, Carol A. 
3404 Arellen CT 
Baltimore, MD. 



Parker, Doughas M. 
1114 N. Luzerne A\e. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Roberts, Sandra 

Salisbury, 

Maryland 



Smith, June K. 

2500 Darel Drive #201 

Suitland, MD. 



Parker. Gwendolyn B. 
102 Madison St. 
Frederick. MD. 



Rolley. Dewight D. 
Box 199-C, Rt. 1 
Marion, MD. 



Smith. Jr. Charles C. 
Box 64, Rt. 5 
Annapolis, MD. 



Penn, Larry D. 
Rt. 3, Box 91 
Martinsville, VA. 



Roman, Richard G. 
Pitts Ave. 
Pittsville. MD. 



Sterrett, Linda L. 

North Pk, Gardens Apt. K-3 

Salisbury. MD. 



Phillips, Ronald V. 
RFD I Box 122 
Worton, MD. 



Russell, Lonnie 
1114 Braddish Ave. 
Baltimore, MD. 



Sutton, Herman G. 
Rt. 1, Box 85 
Crisfield, Md. 



Pinder, Lawrence E. 
Rt. 1, Box 112 
Vienna. MD. 



Sampson, (iloria A. 
1002 Jimson Rd. 
Cambridge, MD. 



Swift. Margaret R. 
412 Myrtle St. 
Crisfield, MD. 



Pitts, Jr., David L. 
Rt. 3, Box 202 
Berlin, MD. 



Sclbv, Doreen 

Salisbury, 

MD. 



Tavlor. Cheryle J. 
P O Box 94 
Manokin. MD. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Taylor. Cornel G. 
Box 82 Rt. 1 
Chestertovvn, MD. 



Vereen, Maggie V. 
Rt. 14 Box 73A 
Pasadena. MD. 



Vi hilllngton. Donald L. 
Rt. 1. Box 199-1 A 
Marion. MD. 



Taylor, Delores M. 
Box 272 
Owing.'i, MD. 



Vereen, Mary E. 
Rt. 14, Box 73 A 
Pasadena. MD. 



Whye, Wayne D. 
1010 West 9th St. 
^ ilmington, Del. 



Taylor, Wanda J. 
626 Girard St. 
Havre De Grace, MD. 



Wainvvright. (Mayton F. 
Rt. 1 
Salisbnrv, MD. 



Wiles. Thomas H. 

Rt. 1 

Princess Anne. MD. 



Taylor, III Harry W. 
5313 Halter Lane 
Norfolk, VA. 



Wainwright. Lerov ^ 
298 Snperior St. 
Havre De Grace, MD. 



^ ilson. Wayne W. 

RFD 5 

Co\ ington. \ A. 



Thomas, Naomi D. 
Rt. 1. Box 189 
Trappe, MD. 



Walker, Aaron J. 
264 New Freedom Rd. 
Berlin, N. J. 



Windsor. Earle B. 

211 N. Philadelphia Ave. 

Ocean Citv. MD. 



Thomas, Patricia A. 
406 Myrtle St. 
Crisfield, MD. 



Ward, Valerie D. 
Box 198 Fowlers Rd. 
Owings. MD. 



Wright, George 
5,309 Moravia Rd. 
Baltimore. MD. 



Turner. Glenn R. 
P O Box 68 
Cheltenham, MD. 



Waters. Geraldine E. 
Jersey Rd. Rt. 2 
Salishiirv. Md. 



Wolfre\, Connie 



Tyler, Linda J. 
9512 Longlook Lane 
Columbia, MD. 



White, Clyde T. 
913 West Road 
Salishurv. MD. 



AT HOMECOMING 





HOMECOMING 







HAWKS 



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Reality is a finer itlililv nhose 
end ice do not see. 

H. Tliitreau 




Mis. \ttM,in Kamoni Ion 
hs(ort-\likc W hil. 



Miss Phi Beta Lambda-Jani.e Da 
Escort — Alphonso Hawl^in^ 




Miss Senior— Angela Purnell 
Escort-Leland Jefferson 



Miss Kappa Alpha Psi — Sheila Carter 
Escort— Carthonio. Carl 




Miss Home Economics — Dehra Barh 
Escort — Sherman Lamhert 



\li~^ l.in Mpll.l I |isil„ 
Ksc.rt-Billv ISIanH 



\li^- U„i._i I'-i I'll, k 
t,s(<irl-\\.iMii W hsuc 



Beauty is only skin deep, hut its 
a valuable asset if you're poor 
and haven t any sense. 

Kin Hubbard 





Mi^s \l[)ha Kappa Alpha— Linda T> le 
KMort— Aaron Walker 




Miss Yearbook— Kijsa Ho(l(;e 



Ml" \\^•^U■^ Foundation- 
Deborah \S ilson 
Escort— Edward Fontaine 





Miss Zeta Phi Beta— (;her^l Tav lor 




Beauty is in the ere 
of till' bclioldor. 
Behold! 




Ml^s Sophomort — LMielte Da 



Miss Alpha Ph. \lpha-( lara >oung 
Escort— Norns ( oniulK 




\Ii- I'liNsiial LchKation-Ja.kR Larl 
Escorl— Bill Gordon 



Miss Alpha Phi Ometa— Fraruine Jo 
Escorl— Da% id Pills 





Miss Freshman— Sheila Winborne 
Escort — James Johnson 



Miss f U(ln-I»ani Hxa, 
Es(orl— Dar^l \ aufjhn 




Miss Sophomore 




Miss Zeta Phi Beta 




Miss Ph\sical Education 




Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 




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Miss English 










Miss defter 





Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 




Miss I MES and Miss A&T 




Miss Tau Alpha Upsil 



Miss Omciia Psi Phi 








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JAMES D. INDINDOLI 
CIRCULATION LIBRARIAN 

1934-1972 



IN 
MEMORIAM 





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Left to right: Carol Jackson, Vice President; 
Brenda Waters. Secretary; Frances ^'edge. 
Miss Junior; EKira Barnes, Treasurer. 




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James Gaine 




Mphonso Hawkins 



Sandra Jefferso 



Diane Johns 






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Marvin June 



Tom Jones 




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Gary McCready 





Vincent Purnell 



Cedric Roane 



Wendell Robi 



Kenneth Shell 





LfiuirHo Stonl 



James Thoma 





Leon Tilghnian 






THIS SECTION OF THE BOOK 
IS DEDICATED TO 

LOIS M. SMITH 

INSTRUCTOR 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




LOIS M. SMITH 



AT HOME 





WITH DAUGHTER. SYLBIL 



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73" SOPHOMORE CLASS 



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PUSHING WITH LIFE 




Mr. Dave Aisoeika 






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Kirk Battle 


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Vonda BriHHell 


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Bobbie Butler 





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GwcnHohn Hicks 



Rosa HoHge 



I.alira M. Holloman 





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DOiNM... J\rBPiCH£R! I 



The object of pdiication is not to 
learn things hut to unlearn things. 
G. K. Clustcrton 





Darlene Russell 




Abandon learning and you iiill be 
jree from trouble and distress. 

Lab-Tee 




'Really, now you ask me.' said Alice, very much confused, "/ don't think." 
'Then you shouldn't talk." said the halter. 

— Lewis Carroll 



SeKcn Walt. Jr 



Bremla Wheatle 



Shirlev White 



Deborah Wilson 






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)ur names are labels, plainly printed on the bottled essence 
f our past behavior. — Loyan Pecrsall 



■od created things bv — naming them: the artist recreates 
em by taking their name off or giving them a neic one. 

— Children of the L niverse 





\()lluiiu: is done EicrMliing 
in tlir norld remains to be 
done or done oier' 

Lincoln Steffen'i 




REMEMBER: We are not the 
Black minority; But the chosen 
Few. 



THE 1973 




NAOMI CHAMBERS-Associale Edito 



ERNESTINE HAWKINS-Editor-in-Chief 




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Garcia EHgerloii - Freshman Class Editor. 
Rose Hodge ^- Sophomore Class Editor, Lvnelle Davis — T>pist. 
- - - - - — IS Editor. 

Standing: Mary Ann Brown — Freshman Class Co-Editor, Debbie 
Church — Senior Class Co-Editor, Hattie Jones — Senior Class 
Editor and Velma Layton — Layout Editor. Photo shy: Debbie 
Barber — Assistant Editor, Mayhew Franklin — Business 
Manager, Kctrina Reid — Typist, Debbie Foster — Typist, anil 
Darrell Vaughan — Sports Editor, Willianj Campbell — Assl. 
Sports Editor. 




THE 



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OF 



76 




DOING IT! 




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FRESHMAN ROSTER 



\Hcm. AbHulkadir 

Adkins. Dean 

Ajayi. Ade\emi 

Armstrong. Hilda 

Batesen. Fernandis 

Blake. Shellv 

Bolawole. Johnson Avo 

Best. Linda 

Bourke. Robert 

Bo>kin5. Joseph 

Brooks. Baren 

Brown. Claude 

Brown. Marv Ann 

Brown. Rohin 

Br>ant. Darrel 

Bnrks. Darlene 

Bnller. John 

Campbell. William 

Cannon. Granville 

Canlrell. Robert 

Carr. Micbeal 

Carter. LaRue 

Coston. Earl 
Craighead, Eleanor 
Crumble. Wanda 
Douglas, Carolyn 
Draper, Francis 
Dnimmon, Eurdine 
Edgerton. (Jarcia 
Edison, Bowcns 
Emerson, Marylyn 
Fairweather, Reginald 
Flowers, James 
Fooks. Teresa 
Gabbin, Charles 
Gaines, West 
Gainey, Richard 
Gates, Doris 
Gidden. John 
Graham. Arnold 
Graham. Charles 
Gray. Geraldine 
Greenleaf. C\nthia 
Hairslon. Kenneth 
Harcum. Larry 
Harmon. Ph^llis 
Ha>ward. Starmaine 
Henderson. \ anessa 
Hightower, Roy 
Hillard. Jacqueline 
Jegede. Bamiji 
Johnson. B\ ron 
Jolly. Fredrick 
Jones. Richard 
Joynes. James 
Kincaid. Loretta 



Lawrence. Sharon 
Lawson. Reginald 
Martin. Barbara 
Mason. Terrence 
McClees, Nanette 
McNealy, Jeff 
McNealy, Joanne 
Miles. Keith 
Morris. Geraldine 
Morris, Steve 
Moses. Virginia 
Myers. Gary 
Nichols. Regina 
Powell. Deborah 
Powell. Robert 
Purnell. Gregory 
Purnell. Toni 
Reed. Retha 
Robinson. Kyle 
Roberson. Sonva 
Russell. John ' 
Ryan, Dana 

Sample, Clyde 

Short. Carolyn 

Simms. Barbara 

Smith. Ola 

Smith. Vicki 

Stevens, Jeanette 

Suggs, Lorraine 

Taylor. Donald 

Thomas. Pam 

Thomas. Veda 

Thompson. Anthony 

Tinch. Janice 

Tonde. Onayemi 

Travers. Celestine 

Twilly, Ander 

Valentine. Awosika 

Vaughn. Janice 

% ells, Gregory 

Wheatley, Frederick 

White, Gertrude 

White. James 

White. Kay 

Vaughan. Darrell 

W bite. Francine 

White. Patricia 

White. Shelly 

Williams. Mark 

Winvorne. Shelia 

Wilson. Lee 

\S imbush. Thomas 

Wood. .Mark 
Woytiwilz, Peter 
Rogers, Valerie 
Jones. W. 



FRESHMAN POEM 




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The song is bepinniiif; 

It's all ahead of us 

Time has come for togetherness 

What tan I say? 

Now that learning has started 

^ e ail know we will he competing 

For the next step is succeeding. 








CLUBS 




SIIT — (Stiidenls Interested In 

Talent) 
^ e. the people, must be interested in 
our history, in our children, in our 
neighborhood, therefore in ourselves. 
We, the members of SIIT, three 
brothers and one sister, are interested 
in all mediums of talent within the 
"Black Realm of Life Today." 

Members are Bobby Cantelle. Debbie 
Powell. Benny Prather and "Punch." 



ORGANIZATIONS 



TAU ALPHA UPSILON FRATERNITY — Colors 
are Green and Gold. The sweetheart is Helen Sul- 







MEN'S SENATE 




VRTCUB 




PHI KAPPA PHI 
The Honor Society of PHI KAPPA PHI is dedicated 
to the UNITY and Democracy of Education and 
selects its membership from all fields of University 
study. 

Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine and, now, 
as a National organization it has over 120 chapters. 

The societv has for its sole purpose the recognition 
and encouragement of superior scholarship. Members 
are chosen from the upper ten percent of the 
graduating class (accumulation grade point average of 
3.5 or over). 

"MOTTO". "LET THE LOVE OF LEARNING RULE 
MANKIND". 

Members of Phi Kappa Phi on this campus are (left to 
right): Ernestine Hawkins, Weldon Milbourne, Mary 
Leatherbury. Missing: Valerie Ward, Delores Taylor, 
Abdusamad Kabir, James Lackie and Ray Davis. 



Right aisle: Doltie Deshields, Hele 
Simon, Naomi Chambers, Elvir 
Barnes, Left aisle: Mary An 
Holland, Lynetle Davis, President - 
Vanessa Saunders, Erneslin 
Hawkins and Caroline Alexander. 




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IVY Clara Young 




Halls of ALPHA. Dynamic sorors of Alpha are. First row: 
Naomi Chambers, Evelyn Jones, Debbie Church, Linda 
Tyler, Maxine Clark and Lillie Giddens. Second row: 
Deborah Foster, Joyce Carter, Bessie Taylor, Caroline 
Alexander. Missing are: Mary Leaterbury, Diane Johnson, 
Brenda Hughey, JoAnn Brockett, Carol Smith, Jenifer 
Dashiell, Connie Wolfrey and Geraidine Waters. 
Sweethearts are: Alfonso Hawkins, Aaron Walker and 
Norris Connelly. Faculty advisor — Soror Mary F. Burks. 




"AND WE 
WILL NOT 
FORGET 
THOUGH 
WE BE FAR, 
FAR, 
AWAY!" 




ALPHA 

OMICRON 

CHAPTER 




PHI 
ALPHA A ALPHA 



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Superfly Brothers of Delta Nu! Rodney Byran, Leanord Stout, Sweetheart— Clara 
Young, Waiter Brock, Anthony Jones, Sherman Lambert, Norris Connelly, Ernie Neal, 
James Thomas and Allen Showell. Missing are: Carl Byrant, Charles Smith, Hilton 
Harrod. Faculty advisor — Brother Dorsey. 



■'\ POSITIVE PITCH CAN SELL ANYTHING TO A NEGATIVE MIND" 
MOTTO: FIRST OF ALL, SERVANTS OF ALL, WE SHALL TRANSCEND 
ALL. 




BROTHERS OF ALPHA PH 

OMEGA 








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Terry Farrington, Francine Jones and Elvira Ba 
Hughey, Kathleen Harris, Sharon Dockins. 



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"A person is never lonesome, if he has learned t 
with himself. " ,i 




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OMEGA PSI PHI 




Members are, left to right: Russell Bailey, Larry Penn, Marland Perkins, Gary 
Waters, Lonnie Russell, Alfonso Cornish, Queen — Karolvn Anderson, Patrick 
Watkins, Paul Trotter, Theodore Noble, Wayne Wye, Gregory Anderson. Missing 
are Beverly Miles and Thomas Knox. 



Pi Epsilon chapter of OMEGA PSI PHI Fraternity Inc. was organized 
on the campus of UMES in 1948. Since that time it has striven to up- 
hold'the cardinal principles of the fraternity: Manhood, Scholarship, 
Perserverance, and Uplift. 



"I'VE BEEN WORKING HARD FOR OMEGA!" 
LAMPADO CLUB— Thomas Samuel, Gary Taylor, Alvin 
Mance. 




PHI BETA LAMBDA 




BfuUnm DavidPitt^, fait \Ii( iid(l\.Hallie Jones, Larr\ Harris DaM. and ( lu n I Ia\lor Missing are Carl Fields, Brenda Waters, 

^iffin^ I \nette DaMs, Darlene Cornish, Alfonso Hawkins, Janite Shirlc\ Marshall Harold T\ler 



"One man acquires profit from knowledge, another com- 
pounds interest." 



ENGLISH CLU 






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Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society was founded at Tennessee A. and I. 
State College in 1937. The purpose is to promote high scholarship; to encourage 
sincere and zealous endeavors in all fields of knowledge and service; to cultivate 
a high order of personal living; and to develop an appreciation for scholarly 
work and scholarly work in others. The Alpha Lambda Chapter of Alpha Kappa 
Mu was organized at Maryland State College in 1955. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Thanks to your support, we students got a chance to 
follow our teams. 



CHEER 




LEADERS 



Football Cheerleaders — Back row: Gracia Edger^ 
son, Debbie Jenkins, Erdine Barley, Mary Ann 
Holland, Sheila Winbourne, Doris Stewart, 
Deborah Foster, Vickie Smith and Ann Jacobs. 
Front row: Deborah Barber, Darlene Cornish and 
Gloria Sampson. 




Basketball Cheerleaders — 
Back row: Kyle Robinson, 
Shame Broadwater, Gracia 
Edgerson. Front row: 
Deborah Foster, Faye 
McCready and Sheila Win- 
bourne. Missing are: Darlene 
Cornish, Debbie Jenkins, 
Joyce Jones, and Lynette 
Davis. 



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WOODWIND SECTION 




iRASS SECTION 



UMES JAZZ BAND 





A Sphere of involvement. 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 





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MARYLAND 72-73 HAWKS SPORTS 






BASEBALL 



BASKETBALL 



CHEERLEADER> 
CAPTAIN 





Bottom row — left to right: Charles Minters, X*a>ne Cropper. Wayne 
Whyme, Greg Anderson, Charles Reamon, Tommie Majors. Derek 
Brooks. Second roiv: Stanley Perry. Larry Palmer. Earnest Lee. Theartris 
Childress, Kirk Battle. John Russell, Alvin Mance, Kenneth Lipkins, 
Gartha Baylor, Harold Jewette, Selvin Watts, Ralph Edwards, Paul 
Smith, Alan Scott. Third roK: Melvin Miller, Kenneth Shell, James 



Flowers, Arnold Brownlee, Sebastcin Collins. James Smallwood, Robert 
Robinson, Harold Woods, Joseph Boykin, Michael Harry, Tucker, Alex 
Franklin, Marshall Becoals, John bidden, Horace Howell, Charles 
Boston. Top row: John Parker, Frank Finks, Wendall Dailey, Harriston, 
Franklin, Melvin Cusack, Claude Brown, George Neal, Robert Powell, 
Garv Taylor, Rudv Harper. 







Wayne Cropper 

Senior 
Defensive Back 



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Charles Reamon 

Senior 
Defensive Back 




Harold Wood 

Junior 

Full Back 




Kenneth Shell 

Junior 

Defensive Guard 



Greg Anderson 

Senior 
Tight End 







Stanley Perry 

Junior 
Defensive End 




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Junior 

Defensive End 



Theatris Childress 

Junior 
Offensive Tackle 



Marshall Becoat 

Junior 
Offensive Guard 




Charles Boston 

Junior 
Quarter Back 



Mclv in ( usack 

Junior 

Defensive Tackle 



( liai Its Minters 

benior 
Defensive End 




Alex Franklin 

Sophomore 

Offensive 



Derek Brooks 

Freshman 
Wide Receiver 



Larry Palmer 

Sophomore 
Offensive End 



Paul Smith 

Freshman 

Offensive Center 



Selvin Watts 

Sophomore 

Wide Receiver 



James Flowers 

Freshman 

Kicker 










All sports, especially football, can be frustrating . . . the 
endless hours of practice . . . the bitter upsets . . . 




. and the threat of injuries 




and deep concentration 




John Bates, Coach; Robert Brown. Paul Wright, Tyrone Johnson, Rubin 
Collins, Thomas Nelson. Michael Casev, Jeffery Hebron, Joseph Pace. 
Tahin Skinner, Thomas Samuels. Leslie Stanton, Billv Gordon, Ernie 




We the Hawk Staff, would like to con- 
gratulate the basketball team for 
representing lis at the NAIA Tourna- 
ment. 




Joseph Pace 
Freshman 



Talvin Skinner 
Junior 




Henry Ford 
Assistant Coach 

Thomas Samuels 

Tyrone Johnson 

Co-Captains 



Rubin Collins 
Sophomore 






Thomas Samuels 
Senior 



Billv (ioi'flon 
Junior 



Tyrone Johnson 
Senior 




Leslie Stanton 
Junior 



Robert Brown 
Senior 






Arnold Graham 
Freshman 



Jeffrey Hebron 
Freshman 



Ernie Neal 
Junior 



Paul Wright 
Sophomore 




^ ilh the Maryland Hawks of '73 winning became a routine 
matter. 






The Hawks nonihalanlK mo\ed into 
the national limelight in "73. 










Scenes of a 104-97 victory 
over Morgan. 





BASEBALL 

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a slow slartinf! season l>iit will gradualh improve. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 






GOVERNOR MARVIN MANDEL 




Sealed, le/l to right: B. 
Herbert Brown, secretary; 
Richard W. Case, Vice Chair- 
man; Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, 
Chairman; Harry H. Nuttle, 
Treasurer; George C. Fry; 
Emerson C. Walden, M.D.; 
Mrs. Michael J. Deegan, Jr.; 
Mrs. Alice H. Morgan, assis- 
tant secretary; Samuel H. 
Hoover. D.D.S.; L. Mercer 
Smith; Edward V. Hurley. 
Hugh A. McMullen. and 
President of the I niversity 
and Chief Executive Officer, 
Dr. ^S ilson H. Elkins. 



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Dr. Joscpli Wuloh — Aning Vice | 
Cl.amellor for \,a,1emir Affairs 




Roheri L. Dowerv — Dean of Student Af- 




I RoliillarH — Business 





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Miss Gail Hemphill — Director of Alumni 
Affairs 



THE UMES ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Joel C. Mack — Director of Administrative Affairs, William Buchanan 
Program Analysis. Yvonne White — Clerk Typist. Mary Stewart — Offi 
Secretarv. 




Willie Rohinson - Director of Fi 
Brenda Rav — Office Secretary. 



dl \iil. \ni. I 11. a~- Clerk Typist 



laytlivh ^ingh — Assistant Director of Adr 




Ernesl AnHre«s — Ailinf; Director of Plaienit-nl 



Dr. ClauH Marion — Coordinator of I'.M.E.S. Extension Pr 




Raleigh Bowen — Director of \S alers Dining Hall 



Robert Estes — Physical Plant Supervisor, Susan Tuil — Secrela 



The administrative team serves as the vital part of the 
foundation of UMES in establishing; policies and 
procedures within the realm ... of professionalism for the 
mutual interest of I'MES campus. 




Doris Atlkins, Evenlyn Odur 



Ruth Crcisluon 




Gail Brid.lle - Telephone Operator 



Brute Campbell - Public Broadcaster Supervisor. 




John Groutt — Director of lipward Bound. 



Jessie C. Smith — Director of Library Services 




Norman Tilghman 

Jasper Boswell, John W. Criite. 




Jolin T norse^ Hillon John-on 1 \ n.-IU Mcsm. k 



Leslie Johnson 





Dr. Leon N. Coursey — Departmenl Head, Physical Educati. 



Or Jdik H. Malthews - OeparlmeiH Head, Business and Ec 





Mrs. Mary Morris — Department Head, Mus 




- Department Head, Home Ee 



Mr. Remo Ferranle — Department Head, English and Langu 




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Mr. Theodore Brigps — Department Head. Mechanical Arts. 





Dr. Franklin H. Smith — Department Head. Agricullur 



(aptdin C Simpson Dtpartnunt iK.id Aeiospacc Smdi^ 




Dr. Shekliar S. Kaup, Chairman. Di^ision of Professional Studies; Dr. Gerald «. 
Johnson, Chairman. Division of Liberal Studies; Dr. Joseph G. Wuloh, .4cting Vice- 
Chancellor for .Academic Affairs; Dr. Betty Culbertson, Acting Chairman of Ex 
nerimenlal Studies. 



The Department of Natural Sciences — Sealerf. 
left lo right: Dr. William A. Lynk, Dr. 
Caroline Quinn, Col. Leon F. Punsalan. Stan- 
ding; Mr. Jackie A. Myster, Dr. Gurbax Sinph. 
Mr. William Hull. Dr. Phillip Don le. 





The neparlm.-nl of So.ial Scienrc — Dr. John McCiuigan. Dr. Howard 
Rcha,k. Dr. Gl(.-n Mrhols. Dr. (Jcorfic Starling, mi.«ing Dr. Ghislain Kalmiu. 




Deparlmenl of Mathematics — from left to 
rif;hl: Dr. William P. Hvtche. Mrs. Juliana 
Dowell. Mr. \ernon McCain. Miss Joyce Y. 
Thom|)>.on. Mr. \^ illiam Hull. 



Computer Science — Dr. M. Nagarajan, Dr. .Vdan Haide 




Mr. Richard Keenaii. Dr. Joel Roai li. 
Dr. Belly Culbertson, Mr. James 
Polk. Dr.' Nancy Norris, Mrs. Mary 
Fa» Burks, Mr. Remo Ferranle, Mrs. 
Dawn Rebaeh, Dr. Erica Leh. 




ClauHia Von Cannon. Jonah Ellis. M 
Morris. 



Thomas Wiles. Jimmy Mosely. Edward Purnell, 
Rohert Reddick. Louise Everlon, Ernest Salchell. 



DIVISION OF THE 




Therisa Foster. Slaff Sergeant Ross, Technical Sergeant Joseph Britton, Capt. A. Sche 



Ellen Beauchamp, Louis Smith, Clifton Anderson, John Bates, Harold Gray, Henery Ford. \Sillie Smith. 

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MallhcMs. Mr. \S illiam t 

Barbcc. Mr. UaUirs j ^ 

.Sankarari. Mrs. BotH ^ 

Milc.K. Mrs. Ellen Brillcn. 





William Clellancl. John Donlari. Jarr 
Sullivan. Ri.harrl Tlioma>. THcorlc 



Barbara Feingersh, Dr. Jermone Fedls 
tein, Darreli Vaughan, Linda Johnson 



Thomas Kiah, Mrs. Gerald Johnson. Dr. Jerome Fedlstein. Dr. Lewi 
Kadushin, Dr. William Pender. 





Firsi rou. sealpil. left to right: Mrs. Rebecca Palmer. Mr. Frederick C 
Ra>. Mrs. .Sandra H. Harris. Secnml row: Mr. Horace Huntley. Mr. Jackie 
Mysler. Col. Leon Punsalan. Standing: Dr. Steven Kramer. Miss Jovct 



Thompson. Miss J. T. Robinson. Mr 
Morris. Dr. \^ illiam P. Hvtche. 



The most frequent asked qtiestion by facul- 
ty and students is "What is the 13-College 
Ciirriciiliim Program?" The answer to the 
question, speaking generally, is qtiite sim- 
ple; however, speaking specifically, it can 
be somewhat difficult. The 13-College 
Ctirrictihim Program is a creative ap- 
proach to the teaching and provoking in- 
novations in the general education course 
offerings." 





MainU-name Department 



Library Staff |' 




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U.M.E.S. EMcnsion Propr 





Ruth Oordner, BrenHa Willhank 



Alrelhia McClees 




Mae P. Johnson, Joanne Baker 



Chris Widdowson. Jencstcr Corbin 






LIFE 

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U.M.E.S. 





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EDITOR'S 
PAGE 



The 1973 SATORI .... will take you through a 
minute and guided tour, dealing with the dynamic at- 
mosphere of student life at the University of 
Maryland, Eastern Shore. 

As Editor-in-Chief of the SATORI, it has been a sheer 
delight to serve in this capacity, but it has also been 
very demanding. I have learned so much, met so many 
new faces, and have been enlightened immensely in 
this area. It was through the following persons: Deb- 
bie Barber, Naomi Chambers, Mayhew Franklin, 
Dorothy Waters, Thomas Wiles, and the complete 
SATORI staff, that this yearbook is a relic of my 



The 1973 SATORI staff has done "its thing" to make 
this yearbook a reflection of the satoric life at 
U.M.E.S. 

Ernestine Hawkins i 




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I do my thing, 
and you do 
your thing. 

I am not in this 
world to live 
up to your 
expectations. 

And you are not in 
this world to live 
up to mine. 

You are You 
and I am I, 

And if by chance, 
we find each 
other, it's Beautiful 




Fredrick S. Perls 



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